Category: Emeli Sande

EMELI SANDÉ interview – Evening Standard, 15 March 2019

Comfy though her large sofa is, I imagine it would be hard to put your feet up and relax with a bit of Bake Off in Emeli Sandé’s east London living room. There’s a glossy black Feurich upright piano on the other side of the fireplace. Groaning bookshelves include a job lot of the classics with matching spines. In framed… Read more →

NAUGHTY BOY – Evening Standard, 17 May 2013

I’m sitting in British urban pop’s ground zero, which turns out to be a small black room in the historic Ealing Studios complex. Just across the car park the stars of Downton Abbey are donning their tailcoats and tiaras to film their fourth series. Where I am there are disco lights, many fish and an extremely large computer on which… Read more →

EMELI SANDE – Evening Standard, 21 Oct 2011

Ladies and gentlemen, meet the new Adele. Or the original Adele, to be more exact. Adele Emeli Sande, at 24, is a little older than the trillion-selling voice of 21, but adopted her middle name for musical purposes when Miss Adkins reached stardom first. Now the newcomer from rural Aberdeenshire is catching up fast, making a three-pronged attack on the… Read more →